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COP19: 1/12 of 12

The Earth's atmosphere photographed by the Atlantis crew, 8th February 2008. NASA.

Climate Action? Warsaw 2013 to Paris 2015

Assaad W. Razzouk

21st December 2014

The Warsaw 'COP-19' climate negotiations were a widely acknowledged failure. But Assaad Razzouk sees a small silver lining among the dark clouds. There is a real prospect of effective action on climate in the run up to COP20 in Paris, 2015. more...
Gagged protester at COP19 in Warsaw. Photo: Langelle / GJEP-GFC.

Never again - end fossil fuel influence in UN climate talks!

The undersigned organisations

25th November 2013

Every COP has been subject to the influence of polluting corporations - but none so completely as COP19 in Warsaw. Now 70 organisations are demanding new rules to protect future climate talks from the influence of the fossil fuel industry.
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UNFCCC COP19, Warsaw. Photo: pusheurope.org/ .

COP19 - All countries accept emissions targets

Paul Brown in Warsaw

23rd November 2013

Paul Brown, co-editor of the Climate News Network, makes his final despatch from Warsaw on the unscheduled last day of the climate talks. Compromises on all sides have kept hopes alive - just! more...
NGO leaders at COP19 announce their mass walkout. Photo: pusheurope.org/ .

The Warsaw Walkout and the Climate Movement

Alexander Reid Ross

22nd November 2013

Yesterday, as climate talks degraded into a sideshow for the coal industry, more than 800 conference participants walked out. So where now for the climate movement? Alexander Reid Ross argues for an end to collaboration, and the beginning of a deeper resistance. more...
Mining taking place at an Australian open pit coal mine. Photo: Kadda / Shutterstock.com.

The climate change saboteurs

Binoy Kampmark

20th November 2013

At the COP19 in climate conference in Warsaw, a new coalition has formed - 'the climate saboteurs'. Key members are Australia, Canada, Japan. They are resolute in crushing the hopes of developing countries already suffering climate catastrophes like Typhoon Haiyan. more...

Ocean acidity rising at 'unprecedented rate'

The Ecologist

19th November 2013

The unprecedented rate of ocean acidification is one of the most alarming phenomena generated by climate change and the only way to mitigate the dangers is to reduce CO2 emissions significantly. more...
Christiana Figueres speaks. Photo: Arend Kuester / flikr.com.

Leave your coal in the ground!

Christiana Figueres

18th November 2013

Speaking to the World Coal Association in Warsaw, the UNFCCC's executive secretary tells the coal industry: invest in renewables; and leave most of your coal underground. more...

Campaigners cry 'insanity' as UNEP postpones frozen gas report

Oliver Tickell

18th November 2013

UNEP today postponed the launch of a highly controversial report - branded as "lunatic" by climate campaigners - at the COP19 talks in Warsaw. more...
Christiania Figueres. Photo: Oxfam International.

Open letter to Christiania Figueres

Clémence Hutin

17th November 2013

Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary UNFCCC, personally excluded Clémence Hutin from COP19 for standing in solidarity with the Philippines. In so doing she betrayed her own rhetoric and revealed the UNFCCC's true colours - anti-youth, anti-democratic and beholden to corporate interests. more...
Corporate logos on show at COP19.

COP19, Warsaw - Corporations rule OK!

Rachel Tansey

15th November 2013

Big business, industry and finance, keen to set the agenda and shape the rules in the interests of their profits - and at the expense of climate justice - have infiltrated COP19. more...

COP19: Poor countries in the dark on climate finance

Oliver Tickell

14th November 2013

Poor countries are being left with little idea about what money is available to help them cope with climate change because of murky accounting and a lack of transparency by rich countries, according to an Oxfam study. more...
Yeb Sano surrounded by supporters at COP19.

COP19: ejected for expressing solidarity with the Philippines

Clémence Hutin

13th November 2013

At COP19 in Warsaw, corporations rule the roost while climate change activists are ejected - in this case for supporting Philippines delegate Yeb Sano. more...

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